Podcasting 101


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Course Code: HLIL-1 Category: Tag:


If you’ve ever listened to a podcast and thought, “I can do that!” now’s your chance! This is geared for aspiring podcasters or anyone that is thinking about launching a podcast, also for current podcasters that want to bring their program to the next tier of their career. Join us for a crash course that will give you all the tools you need to start planning and recording your own podcast. In this half-day workshop, you will learn the ins and outs of recording in a high-quality sound booth. You will become familiar with how to best use a microphone, how to record using professional software, how to adjust the sound quality, and how to save your file in the most useful format for your intended purpose. Topics that may be included; interviewing techniques, guest selection, co-host prep, content, theme, time & format.

Lau Lapides is currently an esteemed faculty member specializing in Voice, Speech, and Breathing Techniques for Broadcasting and Radio Performance at the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. She also holds a board member position at Orange Coast Community College in Coast Mesa, California. Past faculty positions include Bentley University and Boston University School of Mass Communication teaching Acting, Oral Communications, and Group Communications, Play, Performance, Perspectives: The London Stage in Winter! & created Acting Skills for Business Success geared for the MBA program, faculty & Staff at Babson College.

Start Date: 2/16/21, 1 meeting
Class Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Day of Week: Tuesday
Location: Zoom
Instructor: Lau Lapides
Status: Closed